Arrow, please thank your daughter for all of us who have 60"s. I took mine apart a week ago and guess I snagged the paperclip on something cause the next thing I knew was the spring bounced off the wall and fell on the work table in front of me. I didn't find the hammer strut bridge, got one from Brownell"s and got out the pictures today and started to put everything back together. I wasn't sure on a couple of things. One was that Lifter spring sets all the way under the arm. I first had it hooked unto the upper notch but had another 60 to go by and then took a second look and hooked it under the arm. The second was that the hammer was straight up but pushed it down and it latched in the down position, again another look at my other 60. I have the confidence now to tear the whole thing apart with no problem, might even take me 30 minutes for teardown to build up. \
Again, those pictures are difinately worth a thousand words.